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English Language Arts, Grade 3

Homophones are words that are sound the same but are spelled differently. They also have different meanings. This makes them some of the most commonly misspelled words. The best way to figure out which homophone to use is to substitute another word that means the same thing. The computer has several problems, but the principal (main) one is damaged circuits. There are ten principles (rules) that apply to all forms of art. A school principal is your “pal.” Our principal (pal) is Mr. Adamson. to (toward) too (also) two (2) your (you own it) you’re (you are) sale (bargain) sail (huge canvas sheet on a boat) pair (two of a kind) pare (peel) pear (fruit) cent (penny) scent (odor) sent (past tense of send) principal (head of the school) principal (main) principle (rule) Homophones Visit for Online Learning Resources. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 92-4030
Circle the correct homophone to complete the sentence. 1. This bat is on _____________. sale OR sail 2. The teacher told Alan to go to see the _____________. principle OR principal 3. I love the _____________ of roses! cent OR scent OR sent 4. There was a _____________ on the shelf. pair OR pare OR pear 5. _____________ going to the ballgame at 2 p.m. today. You’re OR Your 6. The ship set _____________ yesterday. sale OR sail 7. Gina needs a new _____________ of shoes for track. pair OR pare OR pear 8. We’re going to Florida that week, _____________. to OR too OR two 9. Corn is the _____________ grain grown in the area. principle OR principal Homophones Visit for Online Learning Resources. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 92-4030
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